See why so many travelers make Le Cocon des Neiges their hotel of choice when visiting Pra Loup. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Rooms at Le Cocon des Neiges provide a minibar and a refrigerator, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Le Cocon des Neiges guests have access to room service. You can also enjoy a pool and a lounge. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Le Cocon des Neiges.
While you’re here, be sure to check out Le Passe Montagne, one of the Mediterranean restaurants that can be found in Pra Loup, which is a short distance from Le Cocon des Neiges.
At Le Cocon des Neiges, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Pra Loup.
Nick3107 left a very nice review which we totally agree with. Except we did get shampoo and gel. :) We were staying for the week and had elected the half board option and where amazed. The staff was very friendly, the food was excellent. The breakfast gave us a nice kick-start. The owners were getting out of their way to please us. They actually take the guests to the closest lift in the morning. We do recommend both the hotel and the restaurant!
I went with my family for four days skiing in pra loup. The skiing was good but I am not judging the hotel on that basis. The hotel is a recent conversion of a youth hostel now run by Veronique, Philippe and a fantastic waitress/housekeeper supported by Feeling a Bernese mountain dog. First the positives: Veronique and Philippe are amazing going to incredible lengths to make your stay fantastic. The hotel is small and not ski in ski out but Philippe runs guests up to the snowfront in a 4x4. The restaurant is one of the best ski restaurants I've eaten in (and I've stayed in les baumes de l'ours). The food quality and service are impeccable. It can be slow when busy but you can always find someone to grab if you are prepared to be proactive. The hotel rooms are nicely decorated (we had number 3 and 6) with plenty of space for bags. The theme is wood and faux fur throughout which is cozy. Downstairs an open fire and the games room (for uno, chess and Mille Bornes ) add to the homely feel. It is easy for the children to interact and meet people. I was the only English person - which was good - the place is very French and I liked that. The restaurant is used by locals in the evening. In the morning if you like to you can play with Feeling :) the hotel Bernese mountain dog. As areas to focus on there are not so many but will be helpful as the hotel develops: Some form of temperature reduction in the larger rooms would be great (the bunk room and middle room in our little suite got stiflingly hot at night) and the air is dry as is common at altitude A formal plat du jour each day would be nice as the restaurant ( because everything is fresh) has a limited choice which doesn't vary. Shampoo / bath foam in the rooms would be nice - we had only hair conditioner which came daily in abundance. We used it as bath foam :) One thing to beware of so you don't feel bad - if you do use the ski shop to store your stuff you will be charged a small guardian fee. It isn't much but is a surprise as it isn't pointed out when you sign for the skis. All in all though the place is great. I don't know how they do it with such a small team but I'd willingly go back. My family would too. Amazing really. Veronique we would like one of Feeling's next batch of puppies of whatever sort :) …